As can be seen in the pictures, a few more works have to be done on the boat such as: cladding on the toilet, cameras- There were 4 cameras planned- the cables for this are already pulled-see picture monitor is available- the cameras themselves have not yet been purchased, control panel is available- see photos, the floors, except in the bedroom are freely configurable. Outside rails on the boat have already been partially mounted. Pontoons must be repainted.
In the pontoon are the tanks for fuel/fresh water/sewage.
I can't say the exact volume, but the planned at that time was the 2 tanks of fresh water / wastewater per 150 liters of volume, fuel 70 liters. Draught 0.50 m,
an outboard motor was planned as propulsion. This has not yet been purchased.
Material: GRP/ Wood
Living structure wood length 7.50 m, width 3.00 m.
Total height above waterline about 4 m, height of the superstructure about 2 meters - see photo kitchen.
A solar system is planned on the roof. This is already available and has been tested. The dimensions are length:160 cm Width: 100 cm.
But I dismantled them before the winter and stored them in our house.
The load-bearing capacity and tightness were already tested on the Elbe in 2019. The boat stands on a slip trailer built for it- See pictures, but has not yet been TÜV driven, because my dad unfortunately died suddenly in Oct. 2020. The houseboat should actually get a permanent place on the Brandenburg Lake District.
Here are some more data on the structure:
The bedroom has drawers with one bed, the other bed can be folded up if necessary to have more space for the wheelchair. The kitchen is ready so far. Stove and refrigerator are still missing. The bathroom is finished except for the cladding of the toilet. The "living space" can still be freely designed. The doors in the living area are all for pushing even the large glass door can be pushed to the side wall - unfortunately you can not see so well in the photos.